Emile Schepers

 
 
Emile Schepers

Emile Schepers is a veteran civil and immigrant rights activist. Emile Schepers was born in South Africa and has a doctorate in cultural anthropology from Northwestern University. He has worked as a researcher and activist in urban, working-class communities in Chicago since 1966. He is active in the struggle for immigrant rights, in solidarity with the Cuban Revolution and a number of other issues. He now writes from Northern Virginia.

 

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International Notes: August 2, 2017

International Notes: August 2, 2017

CP of Canada protests rise in military budget, Chilean communists condemn  their government's attitude toward Venezuela  and more in this week's International Notes.

Dissecting a coup, fighting the right, and mourning a lost comrade occupy CPs

Dissecting a coup, fighting the right, and mourning a lost comrade occupy CPs

Neoliberal fascism in India, Lula's conviction in Brazil, the failed coup in Turkey and more in this week's International Notes.

International Notes: July 10

International Notes: July 10

Iraq CP supports self-determination for Kurdistan, CP of Japan wins big in elections; Sudan communists rejects CIA presence and more in this week's International Notes.

Agrarian crisis, refugees, support for Israel addressed by Communist Parties

Agrarian crisis, refugees, support for Israel addressed by Communist Parties

Military exercises with Israel in Cyprus,  opposition to right government in Argentina  and world refugee crisis in this week's International Notes.

Combating terror, martial law,  supporting labor rights occupy  CP’s concerns

Combating terror, martial law, supporting labor rights occupy CP’s concerns

Guaranteeing healthcare in Portugal,  combating terror in Tehran, and martial law in the Philippines top political agendas of Communist parties.

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